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The year 2020 was started with a lot of hopes of a brighter future, but the COVID-19 outbreak has made it a distant dream! Many girls were anxiously waiting for the month of April to come as they will be turning brides and starting a new life. However, their wish of becoming a bride will have to wait for a little more as the lockdown period has been extended till May 3, 2020. We are in the midst of a global pandemic and the rising cases of COVID-19 have been scaring us all. But we are sure that after these storms, the sun will soon shine and we will be witnessing our very own shaadi season! (Recommend Read: This Bride Wore A Pink-Coloured Sabyasachi Mukherjee Lehenga With A Unique Maroon Chooda)
As we all are in quarantine, thinking about weddings seems funny! But we have to be prepared for the happy days and that's why we are here to help you stay updated! Ace designer, Sabyasachi Mukherjee still tops every girl's dream designer list and they hope of wearing his lehenga on their D-day! After all, his designs are royal and perfectly shows India's culture and heritage. The designer is famous for creating special outfits for every bride. Recently, we spotted a bride, who donned a unique white lehenga for her wedding day.
Meet our bride of the week, Meha Patel, who gave us inspiration on how to style a white lehenga for the shaadi day. The gorgeous bride had opted for a Sabyasachi Mukherjee's ensemble with red floral detailing all over it. The lehenga was teamed with a net dupatta. Her look was accentuated with a choker neckpiece, a maang teeka and matching earrings. Subtle makeup with hair tied in a low bun completed her look.
This is not the first time, we had spotted a bride donning a unique Sabyasachi lehenga. Earlier, we had spotted a real bride, Srishti Jain, who had tied the knot with her dream man, Rishabh Jain in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. For her big day, she had opted for a gorgeous yellow thread-work lehenga. She had kept her look minimal but striking with her choice of jewellery. She had donned a beautiful choker neckpiece with matching earrings, a nath and a maang teeka. (Don't Miss: This Sikh Bride Wore Beige-Coloured Sharara On Her Wedding, Also Wore A Green Sabyasachi Lehenga)
Well, we love this bride's gorgeous lehenga!